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Poland Cuts Financing for Exiled Belarusian Media

  • The Kyiv Independen
  • Maria Yeryoma

The International Press Institute has urged Poland’s Foreign Ministry to reconsider its decision to cut the financing of Belsat, a flagship Belarusian-language broadcaster operating within Poland’s public television service (TVP), amid growing concern about the survival of exiled Belarusian media. With the budget slashed, Belsat is not alone in being in a precarious state.

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Belarusian Journalists Coping with Trauma

  • International Journalists‘ Network
  • Adaria Sugonyako

Belarusian independent journalists have been through a lot since 2020. Many journalists have been forced into exile. A lot of media workers today are in need of mental health support. Belarusian Journalists share their experiences coping with trauma.

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Belarus: A Life in Exile Is a Life in Transit

  • Sueddeutsche Zeitung
  • Swetlana Tichanowskaja

With her husband likely imprisoned in Belarus and facing a 15-year sentence herself, civil rights activist Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya shares reflections on life in exile with her children in Lithuania.

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Belarusian Journalists Strive to Keep Reporting

  • Voice of America
  • Liam Scott

The Belarusian outlet Tut.by, labeled ‚extremist‘, faces trials. The team, now in exile, launches Zerkalo, aiming to continue reporting on Belarus, highlighting truth amid Lukashenko’s crackdown.

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